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PJC art faculty exhibition

By Joshua Encinias Published on October 24, 2007 Pensacola Junior College, is presenting the PJC Art Faculty Exhibition Nov. 5 through Jan. 4. The artists’ reception is 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 8. This annual show highlights an extensive array of media including drawing, digital imaging, graphic design, jewelry, painting, photography, ceramics and sculpture.  Artists...


Movie Review: Anyone for Pea Soup?

Ashley Carter Published: September 28, 2005 “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” is a tale that was based upon a real story of a 19-year-old girl who undergoes an exorcism gone-wrong. As far as Catholic superstitions go, very few exorcisms for casting out demons are ever performed; but when Emily Rose does not survive the ritual,...


Concert spotlights original local rock music

Joshua Kinser Published: September 28, 2005 On Friday, Sept. 31 and Saturday, Oct. 1 Jefferson Street, outside Pensacola’s Seville Quarter, will be taken over by the best local and regional rock bands for RocktoberFest, a free outdoor concert featuring the winners and nominees of The Independent’s “In Music Awards.” Seville Quarter, The Independent News and...


Unlocking the Skeleton Key

Ashley Carter Published: September 14, 2005 “The Skeleton Key,” explores the history of hoodoo, a magical religion among slaves of the old south that still is used by many in the underground of southern culture; this is practiced by past inhabitants of the house in which the movie takes place.  The film star Kate Hudson...


Gauchos, vintage jeans in this fall

Rachel Strehlow Published: Septmeber 14, 2005 Everyone knows styles change, that’s what’s so fun about fashion. Instead of wearing the same old thing, consider re-vamping your wardrobe with this fall’s coolest styles to express yourself in a whole new way. Clothes aren’t just what you put on in the morning, they make a statement, so...


Literary group publishes first magazine

Kristen Bailey Published: August 23, 2005 Despite the odds against them, PJC’s Literary Round Table has successfully published their first issue of the literary magazine ISSUE. The magazine showcases a variety of works including literary short stories, fiction, poetry, art, a play, photos and paintings. “It has short fiction, poetry, art, there’s even a short...